Relativity and Cosmology


Invariance of the Speed of Light and Time Dilation

Authors: Giacomo Roccaforte

In this chapter we highlight a situation in which the fact that the speed of light is constant in all reference systems would imply that even the flow of the time should be the same in all reference systems , a conclusion that is exactly and paradoxically opposed to the Theory Of Relativity At this point it would be a matter of choosing between two undisputed points: or the speed of light is constant for all the reference systems but in this case also the flow of time would be, and this is against the Theory Of Relativity. Or the flow of time is different in different reference systems, but the speed of the light would no longer be constant, and we know that this is against of the experimental data. At the end of the whole theory, we would arrive at a third possibility, in agreement with all the experimental data, and without a series of doubtful points of the Theory Of Relativity, such as the present and this one, listed and explained in the complete research already published at . This chapter for the moment does not want to suggest a solution to a problem, but only highlights its existence.

Comments: 16 Pages. This version is in Italian

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